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Penn State Football beats Purdue in thrilling fashion, and Twitter erupts

Penn State Football survived.

The Nittany Lions, in a contest that featured eight lead changes, managed to pull off the last of the night, thanks in part to dominant defense in the fourth quarter and a thrilling game-winning drive led by quarterback Sean Clifford

Amid a hostile atmosphere, in a game of wild emotional and momentum swings, Penn State Football knocked off the Purdue Boilermakers 35-31, improving to 1-0 on the young season. 

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Penn State would create one of those moments that will stick with a team — and a fan base, with a dramatic come-from-behind win over Purdue to start the season 
 
Some of the best Twitter reactions to Penn State Football’s game-winning touchdown  

 

Shot Fired at Nebraska

 

Incredible drive by Penn State to go up 4 on Purdue. Scott Frost would onside kick in this situation

— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) September 2, 2022

 

Clifford with 2 minutes left on the clock #PSUvsPUR pic.twitter.com/AxXzlcAlLQ

— Dre (@DreHolidayBeats) September 2, 2022

Sean Clifford has people on a roller coaster of emotions. #PennState

— Justin Weackler (@weackler) September 2, 2022

Credit to Clifford, he made the drive #PennState had to have but MAN! @BoilerFootball gave this one away.

Penalties and poor tackling in the 1st half and Brohm REFUSING to call any ones. It's 3rd and 30! Get the clock moving!

— AJ Knight (@TheAJKnight) September 2, 2022

Sean Clifford is such a college football quarterback. Not terrible. Not elite. Frustrating for his fan base, but he also has so many moments like that drive.

— Chris Hummer (@chris_hummer) September 2, 2022

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David Malandra Jr.

I am Sports Reporter that covers Pro & College Sports in Philadelphia